5eraph's post-SP2 Update Pack v2017-06_2

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Post by 5eraph » Fri May 28, 2010 8:11 pm

It has been determined that nLite's problems with this update pack are due to the interference of certain antivirus products. The Notes section of the current release post and the bump post above have been updated with this new information.

Thanks again, Kurt_Aust. :)

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Post by 5eraph » Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:07 pm

This update pack is delayed until Adobe releases a critical update for their Flash Player. All other updates currently listed in the Changelog have been added to the pack and tested. Adobe expects its update to be finalized 2010/06/10 (within the next 36 hours if released before midnight, June 11 UTC-7).

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Post by yumeyao » Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:29 pm

If you are interested:
KB983246 - Hotfix for MS DAC
KB983458 - Hotfix for SMB client which seems addressing a bug in KB980232
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Post by 5eraph » Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:40 pm

I am. Thanks for finding them. :)

kbupdate.info only checks for new and updated KB articles; it doesn't check for files that have no article. I'm guessing you have an MSDN subscription to be able to find these (KB982063-v2, KB983246 and KB983458). They'll be in my next releases.

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Post by yumeyao » Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:43 pm

Nope, I don't have one.

KB982063-v2 is found by rick.(http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.p ... 302#105302)

info on KB983246 and KB983458 is taken here.
http://pc12.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/win/1256168269/
This is a thread talking about "WindowsXP SP4" on the most popular Japanese forum 2ch. This thread is the part2, part1 is "archived" for it reaching a maximum length(you can still view part1 via a 3rd site or by an official tool, for example: http://logsoku.com/thread/pc12.2ch.net/win/1208327859/)
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Post by ChiefZeke » Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:48 pm

5eraph wrote:This update pack is delayed until Adobe releases a critical update for their Flash Player. All other updates currently listed in the Changelog have been added to the pack and tested. Adobe expects its update to be finalized 2010/06/10 (within the next 36 hours if released before midnight, June 11 UTC-7).
Adobe FlashPlayer 10.1.53.64 ActiveX and plugin final, not rc, released today.

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Post by 5eraph » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:30 pm

It's in there. ;)

Updated to 2010-06_1. Please read the Changelog for full details.

Thank you for those links, yumeyao. :)

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Post by mark strelecki » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:46 pm

5eraph -

First, let me say THANK YOU once again for your tireless devotion to keeping the flame of XP64 alive and healthy. It is ONLY your efforts that keep this platform up-to-date and usable from the initial point of installation. We don' need no steenkin' Windows Update....

Second, it is this week that I celebrate your efforts with the pack you built one year ago. My main production system has been going and going and going since then on a SINGLE clean (bare metal) installation of an nLited XP64 MSDN source with your update pack. Testimony to the stability and character of your talent seems pale by comparison.

Third, I think I will brave another journey with a new clean install on this system very soon. And I wanted to tell you again how much I admire your work and how thankful I am to be blessed by the fruits thereof.

Excelsior, 5eraph.


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Post by 5eraph » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:51 pm

You're welcome, Mark. :D

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Post by yumeyao » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:51 pm

Lots of new KB articles found on kbupdate.info today...
including http://support.microsoft.com/kb/983458
and much more others..

You are just too impatient, LOL.

seems like this:
KB982109 Mpio.sys Mpspfltr.sys/5.2.3790.4706
KB982362 Win32k.sys/5.2.3790.4709(replaces some hotfix)
KB982438 clusdisk.sys Clusres.dll/5.2.3790.4700(replaces some hotfixes)
KB982501 Wsnmp32.dll/5.2.3790.4710
KB982893 Lsasrv.dll/5.2.3790.4699
KB982915 ipmidrv.sys/5.2.3790.4700(replaces some hotfix)
KB983169 Rdbss.sys/5.2.3790.4709
KB983385 Lrwizdll.dll Lserver.exe/5.2.3790.4700
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Post by 5eraph » Thu Jun 10, 2010 9:37 pm

Thanks for checking, but I did look before release. ;)

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Post by yumeyao » Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:14 pm

lol, I see. I'm the impatient one indeed. I should have looked up your changelog before posting.
I don't have an XP x64, I always considered all updates that are for windows server 2003 x64 could be applied on XP x64, you know, M$ doesn't mark updates as "WindowsXP-KBxxxxxx-x64-xxx.exe".
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Post by 5eraph » Fri Jun 11, 2010 12:08 am

They've started marking them the other way though, "WindowsServer2003-KBxxxxxx-x64-xxx.exe", and adding some code to enforce it in an attempt to kill XP x64 as soon as possible. It doesn't change my process though. The only exclusive XP x64 updates so far belong to WMP11 because it is not supported on Win2003 x64.

XP x64 seems to be basically a neutered Win2003 x64 with extra drivers and themes. Clustering, licensing, and other server services and components have been removed while leaving the IIS 6.0 core more-or-less intact along with WMP10. XP x86 only has IIS 5.5 and WMP9 by comparison. I do wish they had kept IE Hardening in place (albeit disabled by default). It would help lock it down in the rare times that I don't use Firefox.

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Post by Keefa » Mon Jun 14, 2010 6:35 am

mark strelecki wrote:5eraph -

THANK YOU once again for your tireless devotion to keeping the flame of XP64 alive and healthy. It is ONLY your efforts that keep this platform up-to-date and usable from the initial point of installation. We don' need no steenkin' Windows Update....
I couldn't have said it better myself, thus I settle for quoting the wise words of truth. Consider this a "same as above" post.
Excelsior, 5eraph.

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Post by Passion » Fri Jun 25, 2010 6:52 am

Once again, 5eraph;
From Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where some still much rather work with XP x64 in their obscure work-places; A warm THANK YOU for your scripting and efforts to keep it alive. The pack works flawlessly off the bat for my install images. The coming months will be crashfree and low-maintenance thanks to your packs for many of my users.

By the way: Good news:
http://windowsteamblog.com/windows/b/bl ... ack-1.aspx

"To support our customers’ “unprecedented move” to migrate their PC environment to Windows 7, we have decided to extend downgrade rights to Windows XP Professional beyond the previously planned end date at Windows 7 SP1. This will help maintain consistency for downgrade rights throughout the Windows 7 lifecycle. As a result, the OEM versions of Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Ultimate will continue to include downgrade rights to the similar versions of Windows Vista or Windows XP Professional. Going forward, businesses can continue to purchase new PCs and utilize end user downgrade rights to Windows XP or Windows Vista until they are ready to use Windows 7."

i.e. MicroSoft extended their free downgrade to XP rights up to 2020 ;-)

Don't know how this relates to us XP64 users, but my guess is we're included for Windows 7 x64 downgrade..

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Post by 5eraph » Tue Jul 13, 2010 11:24 pm

You're welcome, everybody. :D

Updated to 2010-07_1. Please read the Changelog for full details.

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Post by ricktendo64 » Tue Jul 13, 2010 11:50 pm

OMFG did not know there was a new Windows (not to be confused with Microsoft) Update Agent

Edit: darn its not for XP

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Post by 5eraph » Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:04 am

I don't see why it wouldn't work for XP. An x86 version is available in the package. And 229 seems to be a bit faster than 226. :)

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Post by ricktendo64 » Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:12 am

You are correct, running on XP and Windows 7 flawlessly, I was temporarily dissuaded by the APPLIES TO section

Edit: Anyone manage to figure out a url to muweb.dll + mucltui.dll(.mui) v229?

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Post by 5eraph » Thu Jul 15, 2010 4:43 am

No update for those files appears to be necessary with Windows Update Agent build 229. I always pull the URL for the MU files from the log.

[quote="In "WindowsUpdate.log", the Windows Update Agent"]=========== Logging initialized (build: 7.4.7600.229, tz: -0400) ===========
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Update NOT required for C:\WINDOWS\system32\mucltui.dll: target version = 7.4.7600.226, required version = 7.4.7600.226
Update NOT required for C:\WINDOWS\system32\mucltui.dll.mui: target version = 7.4.7600.226, required version = 7.4.7600.226
Update NOT required for C:\WINDOWS\system32\muweb.dll: target version = 7.4.7600.226, required version = 7.4.7600.226
Update NOT required for C:\WINDOWS\SysWow64\muweb.dll: target version = 7.4.7600.226, required version = 7.4.7600.226
* IsUpdateRequired = No[/quote]

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Post by bartgrefte » Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:10 am

Pffff, I just tried to integrate the most recent update pack plus:
OnePiece_Windows_Media_Player_11_True_AddOn_v2.2.0_ENU.7z
and
5er_IE8_Addon_2010-07_2_x64.7z
twice.

Both times got this at T13:
%windir%\system32\grpconv.exe Windows cannot access the specified file. You may not have appropriate permissions to access the item.

It's been a while, but this error looks familiar....

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Post by 5eraph » Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:41 am

You were the first to report that error, bartgrefte, and the first to report the solution which has been confirmed by tribal. :)

OnePiece's WMP11 addon appears to be for XPx86 only. Please try boooggy's slipstreamer instead.

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Post by bartgrefte » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:02 am

Ah right, forgot about that :P
This damn heatwave (that's been lasting for a few weeks now) is causing me not to be able to think straight....

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Post by yumeyao » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:48 am

Don't know how boooggy's slipstreamer performs on XP x64, it's totally a buggy program on Windows 2003. I hope it's ok on XP x64.

First you should check where there is old WMP10's UMDF service, second you should check whether the MTP works. If the old UMDF service exists, it's likely that MTP fails. UMDF(User-Mode Driver Framework) is replaced by WUDF(Windows User-mode Driver Framework) in WMP11.
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Post by bartgrefte » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:59 am

Last time I tried, as far as I remember, it worked :)

Uhm.... I'm getting the error now with just updatepack and IE8 :? , what the hell is going on ?!

edit: and guirunonce does not seem to work anymore....
edit: hmnm, that seems to be caused by oempreinstall having no as value, think I used an old winnt.sif :?

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Post by bartgrefte » Tue Jul 20, 2010 12:09 pm

Hmm, IE8 addon seems to be causing the error.
Older IE8 version too in combination with moth recent updatepack :? :?

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Post by ChiefZeke » Tue Jul 20, 2010 4:28 pm

yumeyao wrote:Don't know how boooggy's slipstreamer performs on XP x64, it's totally a buggy program on Windows 2003. I hope it's ok on XP x64.
It's been a while but I had no problems using booooogy's WMP slipstreamer with the 64-bit version of Windows Media Player and the 64-bit hotfixes. :D

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Post by 5eraph » Tue Jul 20, 2010 8:25 pm

I'm still unable to reproduce your issue, bartgrefte.

I haven't had any problems with the slipstreamer, yumeyao. But I'll admit that I don't know anything about UMDF, MTP, or WUDF. I still don't know what MTP means, or why it's important; and I doubt it has anything to do with Mail Transfer Protocol or the Mars Technology Program. ;)

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Post by bartgrefte » Wed Jul 21, 2010 6:58 am

Hmm, okay.

Then maybe I should start from scratch. Maybe something got corrupted in the with SP2 updated original source.
But that is gonna have to wait. The OS harddrive of my laptop started malfunctioning .... http://www.ravenslair.nl/GoT2/laptophddcheck.jpg
New one is on it's way. Last night I put in an older harddrive to get started reïnstalling XP and all programs I use to clone it later on to the new one.

Took me about 4-5h before everything was more or less as before. Just glad my XP x86 disk was updated 2 days a go, only 2 framework updates, a security fix and powershell something, that was done fast :)
And no I did not get much sleep :P , to hot anyway (27C/80.6F at 3 AM)...

The harddrive with the updatepaks and stuff was okay, so did not loose anything there.

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Post by yumeyao » Wed Jul 21, 2010 7:11 am

LOL, in fact it's March of The Portugueses, just a joke. :p

MTP stands for Media Transfer Protocol, some portable music/video devices may not work as a USB Disk and requires MTP. Many mobile phones manufactures support MTP, too, so many their products can also connect with a computer through MTP, for example, my Nokia 5700 - with which I test my addon's MTP functionality.
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Post by 5eraph » Wed Jul 21, 2010 6:58 pm

LOL. :) Thanks for the link and the laugh, yumeyao. I'll need to wait until I can find some hardware for testing.

I've recently had a hardware failure as well, bartgrefte. My motherboard failed about five weeks ago. When I opened the case I found two dead spiders and some spiderwebs—buggy hardware, apparently. :)

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Post by bartgrefte » Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:15 am

Hmm, the spiders caused a short circuit I think?
Reminds me of something I heard at a holiday job where I was assembling computers.
While back they had to fix a non-working server. When they opened it, they found a bat. Looked like it caused a short circuit....

Hope you still have got guarantee, my harddrive's 2-year guarantee ended about 3 months a go. :(
But does not really matter, harddrives aren't to expensive these days :)

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Post by yumeyao » Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:44 am

Well, to talk about hardware failure, I have a scanner which got invaded by bugs(real bugs, just lookup a dictionary, they were cockroaches) years ago.

My current laptop is expericing hardware failures too. I suspect the cause to be power supplement of the mother board. A typical symptom was display adapter failure after boot.(The driver couldn't startup the device). Recently the HDD suffers the same, so sometimes a "BOOTMGR missing" is shown and I have to reboot.
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Post by TheMAN » Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:44 pm

umm... time to turn A/C on and not run electronics in such high humidity which attracts critters? lol
maybe do a bit of "spring cleaning" too while you're at it ;)

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Post by 5eraph » Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:35 am

"There was an old lady who swallowed a fly."

Opened the house windows last month to let in some fresh air. Unfortunately, a bunch of flies found their way in. As the flies disappeared, the spiders seem to have multiplied. I thought I had cleared all the hiding spots, but they found one I didn't check until it was too late. :rolleyes:

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Post by 5eraph » Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:51 pm

Updated to 2010-07_2. Please read the Changelog for full details.

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Post by 5eraph » Wed Aug 11, 2010 6:26 pm

Updated to 2010-08_1. Please read the Changelog for full details.

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Post by mark strelecki » Fri Aug 13, 2010 1:08 am

Did my first test of your wonderful UpdatePack on my Acer laptop and everything works GREAT.

In the interim, I installed Server 2003 with OnePiece's updatepack and had issues with stuff OTHER than OnePiece's creation, so I "fell back" to the venerable XP64 and am thrilled to say I LOVE THIS STUFF. <grin>

Thanks again, and now I know this will work fine on my Core-i7 main production system (which has been running your updatepack from JUNE 2009 all this time!!).

Best wishes from the STRELECKI Labs in Atlanta, GA. USA.


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Post by 5eraph » Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:32 am

Updated to 2010-08_2. Please read the Changelog for full details.

It's nice to know the pack has been stable for you for so long, Mark. I'm about due for another reinstall myself just to get all the additional updates slipped in recently.

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Post by 5eraph » Wed Aug 25, 2010 2:30 pm

I missed a time zone update that didn't show up yesterday. I'm sorry for releasing these back to back like this. It won't happen often.

Updated to 2010-08_3. Please read the Changelog for full details.

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Post by 5eraph » Wed Aug 25, 2010 3:29 pm

Missed another fairly important one (KB2264107). Unless somebody needs it now, I'll wait a week or two before releasing another update pack to include it. The next Patch Tuesday is 20 days from now, so there's plenty of time to wait for more updates.

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Updated to 2010-09_1. Please read the Changelog for full details.

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Post by yumeyao » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:06 pm

What is "Resource files in KB2183461 superseded"?
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Post by 5eraph » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:19 pm

w03a3409.dll and ww03a3409.dll are resource files common to many update packages for Windows XP/2003 x64 SP2. Since it may still be necessary to split IE6 updates from my update pack, I must be certain that RVMi keeps the most recent file version; nLite does this automatically.

xpsp4res.dll is the equivalent resource file for Windows XP x86 SP3, and is also in many update packages for that operating system.

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I see. Just wondered what were the Resource files.
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Post by Keefa » Fri Sep 17, 2010 10:57 am

Thank you so much again, 5eraph! ;)

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Post by vodacuza » Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:43 am

so with these two updates I can have an updated xp 64 bits along with
an up to date wmp 11, ie8, flash and vcredist also ?

all vcredists ?

2005, 2008, 2010 ?

:P

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Post by 5eraph » Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:45 am

You're welcome, Keefa. :)

Of the things you mention here, vodacuza, the update pack deals with WMP10, Flash and whatever runtimes Microsoft has included with XPx64 with the addition of MSXML 4 and 6. Visual C++ redistributables are not included.

The IE8 addon with updates is completely up to date and is easily tweaked if you have the registry entries for the settings you'd like.

The WMP11 Slipstreamer works well for XPx64, though an issue exists when using the slipstreamer for KB975558. This is easily avoided by using the slipstreamer with nLite. It's also possible to integrate the update by hand after using the slipstreamer; it shouldn't be difficult.

With regard to your private message, vodacuza, I believe it best to reply here. Proper addons are scarce for XPx64. YumeYao has DirectX addons, or you can make your own. No x64 addon exists for HashTab, but HashCheck is a great alternative. No x64 addon exists for Unlocker, but LockHunter may be worth looking into. For the other installers on your list like .NET and Java, Kurt_Aust has a very nice script package you can try with nLite.

Drivers are still best handled by nLite since no DriverPacks exist for XPx64. Fernando 1 has provided much advice on slipstreaming certain SATA drivers on nLite's forum.

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